Reprise Records’ newest rock band Cavo will release their major label debut album, entitled Bright Nights * Dark Days, this summer. The album was produced by David Bendeth, known for his work with Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, and Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, among others.
With songs like the propulsive first single “Champagne,” the uplifting power ballad “Let It Go,” the blistering “Cry Wolf,” and the strutting “Blame,” the album is a passionately played collection of hard-hitting rock-and-roll with keenly felt lyrics about life, love, and the acceptance that comes with realizing that all we can do is to try and be the best person we can for those we love. “I think it’s amazing when a songwriter can open up a piece of themselves and let the whole world see it,” says frontman Casey Walker, who writes Cavo’s lyrics. “It may not be beautiful, in fact it may be really ugly, but great art comes from an honest place. It has to. And that’s what we try to do with our songs.”
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